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2019 North American PRRS Symposium - Preliminary Program

 Registration, 1:00 PM-5:00 PM - 5th Floor Registration Desk
SATURDAY, November 2, 2019
 Registration, 7:00 AM-5:00 PM - 5th Floor Registration Desk
8:00 AM - 12:00 PMSession 1 - Chicago Ballroom A,B,C,D
Recent advances in the control of Swine diseases

Moderators: Ying Fang, University of Illinois; and Bob Rowland, Kansas State University
8:00 AM2019 Michael P. Murtaugh Memorial Lecture in Immunology sponsored by Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health
Tobias Kaeser-North Carolina State University, “The adaptive immune response to PRRSV”
8:30 AM Chris Tuggle-Iowa State University, “The structure and function of the pig genome: Application to PRRSV research”
9:00 AM Douglas Gladue-USDA Plum Island“Deletion of a novel gene in African swine fever virus produces complete attenuation and protection against current outbreak strain ASFV-Georgia
9:30 AM Ana Reis-Pirbright Institute, African swine fever virus: understanding virus-host interactions to aid vaccine development”
10:00 AM Break 
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Special Session on the control of PRRS in the field 
Shifting the PRRS research focus to grow/finish phase of production – What are we learning and implications for making progress on PRRS control
Sponsored by Boehringer-Ingelheim
10:30 AM Moderator and Introduction, Montse Torremorell-University of Minnesota "Why should we focus our attention to PRRSV in growing pigs?"
10:40 AM Jose Angulo-University of Minnesota, Incidence of PRRS wild-type virus in growing pigs and risk factors for infection” 
11:00 AM Mariana Kikuti-University of Minnesota, “Evolution of PRRS viruses in growing pigs” 
11:20 AM Cesar Moura and Daniel Linhares-Iowa State University, “Controlling PRRS in growing pigs and dynamics of virus infection” 
11:40 AMEdison Magalhaes and Daniel Linhares-Iowa State University, "Drivers of wean-to-finish mortality and the impact of disease status"
12:00 PM Lunch 
1:15 PM - 5:00 PM Session 2 - Chicago Ballroom A,B,C,D
Invited talks and presentations from selected abstracts
Organized by NC-229

Moderators: Scott Kenny, The Ohio State University; and Sheela Ramamoorthy, North Dakota State University 
1:15 PMDr. Bob Rowland, Kansas State University, Opening Remarks and recognition of Dr. David A. Benfield
1:30 PMFangfeng Yuan, "Development and characterization of monoclonal antibodies against African Swine Fever virus"
1:45 PMSalik Nazki, "Local Immune responses play a vital role in PRRSV clearance from infected pigs"
2:00 PMKyu-Sang Lim, "Single-cell RNA-sequencing to identify transcriptional signatures in a PRRSV persistent cell line"
2:15 PMLevon Abrahamyan, "Global profiling of nidovirus-hostprotein interactions by comparative proteomics (PEDV and PRRSV)"
2:30 PMRyan Jeon, "Effect of genotype at a GBP-5 marker on resilience to a polymicrobial natural disease challenge in pigs"
2:45 PMAdthakorn Madapong, "Efficacy of type 1 PRRSV MLV against HP-PRRSV or co-challenge with PRRSV1 when vaccinated via IM or ID in pigs"
3:00 PMBreak
3:30 PMHepzibar Clilverd, "Characterization of PRRSV-1 transmission routes in an endemic farm identifies conserved phylogenic clusters"
3:45 PMAlex Pasternak, "The Fetal immune response following PRRSV2 challenge of third-trimester gestating gilts"
4:00 PMCarolina Malgarin, "PRRSV-infected fetuses show evidence of hypoxia and apoptosis"
4:15 PMLilla Denes, "Detection of atypical porcine pestivirus (APPV) by in situ hybridization and electron microscopy in the brain tissues of CT affected piglets"
4:30-5:00 PMNC229 Business Meeting
5:30 PM - 7:30 PMSpecial reception and poster session - 4th Floor, Avenue Ballroom
(NA PRRS Symposium registered participants only)               
SUNDAY, November 3, 2019
8:00 AM - 12:00 PMSession 3 -Concurrent Sessions 2 and 8 on Swine Diseases Organized by CRWAD - 5th Floor, Chicago Ballroom E
8:00 AMNicholas Streauslin,"Repeatability of open reading frame 5 sequencing for PRRSV at different concentrations"
8:15 AMDeclan Schroeder,“Development of a bespoke PRRSV genomic toolkit”
8:30 AMChristian Lalonde, Whole genome sequencing of PRRSV lead to a better classification of clinical cases”
8:45 AMAlex Pasternak, “Maternal and fetal thyroid hormone disruption following late gestation PRRSV2 challenge”
9:00 AMJenelle Dunkelberger,“Genomic regions associated with host response to infection with a highly pathogenic PRRSV strain.”
9:15 AMJared Young,“Isolation and immortalization of PRRSV GP5 specific porcine B-cells”
9:30 AMBreak
10:00 AMSandra Rodriguez-las, Study of pig behavior later in life associated with maternal immune activation”
10:15 AMY. Li, Generation of pigdendritic cells from Flt3 ligand-dependent bone marrow cultures and the infection by PRRSV1”
10:30 AMElisa Crisci, “Genomic characterization of PRRSV-1 Infection In pulmonary Innate Immune cells”
10:45 AMSofia Riccio, Identification of host proteins that interact with non-structural proteins-lα and -lβ of prrsv-1”
11:00 AMJayesh Chaudhari, “Characterization of the swine immune responses to a synthetic live-attenuated PRRSV vaccine” 
11:15 AMChang-Gi Jeong, “Evaluation of live attenuated chimeric PRRSV vaccine against Korean type 2 field strains in a reproductive model”
12:00PMEnd of NA-PRRSS/NC-229 conference